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Johabeth's Holler

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A traveling executioner named McBoon catches fire and comes to see the light.

But first McBoon must bear false witness to a pinball machine and buck naked teen. Then he zips up his pants and steers his '66 Impala up into darkling hills, backwoods redemption, and another breed of bible.

A RiddleTop Southern Gothic short story from the author of The Kestrel Waters and Wicked
Kindle Edition, 33 pages
Published August 2015 by Amazon Digital Services (first published December 27th 2011)
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Randy Thornhorn is the teller of many tales, including this one. His most recent work is the acclaimed Southern music novel The Kestrel Waters, the epic sequel to his novel Wicked Temper. Author of the longest fiction ever published in The Oxford American Magazine, most of Mr. Thornhorn's stories occur in a displaced world, a fable-infested Southern region some would surely deem unsafe. He visits ...more
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